Why Join the Corrections Foundation?

What if your house burned down or was severely damaged by a fire?

What if a hurricane hits where you live and damages your home or vehicle?

What if you're diagnosed with a major medical illness and are facing excessive leave and medical bills?

What if you need to travel long distances to tend to a sick parent or child?

Would you have the immediate funds to meet your needs at that moment?

If you answered "no", you should join the Corrections Foundation.

The Corrections Foundation assists in these scenarios and more, up to $1,500 for those who qualify and are members.  We offer a maximum of $100 for non-members. Membership starts at only $2 per pay period.

We usually provide financial assistance within days of being asked. 

Through membership donations of Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) officers, staff, and contractors, the Corrections Foundation is able to take care of those who work for FDC.

Your contribution also stays in Florida, is invested in Florida, and only goes back to help your co-workers in Florida.

Marion Correctional Institution would like to thank all the members of the Corrections Foundation for their assistance to staff. As usual, this assistance came at the perfect time to adequately address an immediate need that was unmet until the assistance arrived.  The Foundation continues to meet the needs of our staff in times when all the preparation in the world can’t cover their needs. - Warden

Non-Members

Medical emergencies - $100
House fires - $100
Disaster Relief - $100
Travel for funeral or to provide care for immediate family members - $100
$100 maximum
Up to five times in a lifetime with 18 months between requests for assistance. No minimum time required for disaster relief requests.

Members

Medical emergencies - up to $1,500
House fires - up to $1,000
Disaster Relief - up to $1,000
Travel for funeral or to provide care for immediate family members - $500
Up to $1,500 and a minimum of $500
Up to five times in a lifetime with 18 months between requests for assistance. No minimum time required for disaster relief requests.
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